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I decided I needed to make more room for the vacuum bagging of the dash, that meant finishing the rebuild of the steering rack. I finished disassembling the inner ball joint adapters from ends of...
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I thought I was aproaching the finish line with my TR4 front end rebuild but alas not. Yet another bodge rears it's head. After installing all new bushings and test fitting the right side components the vertical link geometry is way off. The top is too far forward to line up with the ball joint. An
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Ran across this article, which only reinforced my desire to keep and drive old cars! http://ericpetersautos.com/2017/01/18/planned-obsolescence-mark-ii/
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Does this switch supposed to move to three places??? Position 1= Off Position 2= running lights/side markers Position 3= Fails to go to position 3 Unless position 3 is supposed to be a flashing of you high beams???? I would hope that someo
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Rare. For 1970 North American market Spitfire or GT6+ Media blasted and primered. Dave 1970 Spitfire Mk3 FDU 78359L 34/11 (Jasmine yellow/Black interior) 1962 Triumph TR3B TCF 575L Signal
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Media blasted and primered. Dave 1970 Spitfire Mk3 FDU 78359L 34/11 (Jasmine yellow/Black interior) 1962 Triumph TR3B TCF 575L Signal Red/Red interior
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Eventually, I intend to customize the dash layout to have a bank of four instruments above a row of rocker switches and would like the wiper motor controls to be two rocker switches. One would be on/off and the other would be high/low. Schematics were recently posted for the wiper m
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Just bought this car and got a FANTASTIC deal! I'm a hot rodder at heart but LOVE 2 seaters especially the TR7. It's a rust free West Coast car that had a balanced Buick V6 professionally installed and coupled to a Borg Warner T5 tranny. Entire suspension has been beefed up and rebuilt. NOW it's time to sexy it up even more with engine compartment clean up and "bling", headers with side pipes, roll bar, AND trying to come up with both a sharp loo...
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well I received a few new parts in for the bonnet...I believe the manufacturer decided to change the thread in these. The square nut is still intact with the bonnet. I don't see any possible way of getting it out unless I rip it apart, which is nonsense. Has anyone else come across this issue???
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Brand new alternator, high efficiency starter, performance coil, wires and distributor. New 260.00 Optimus performance battery. Weber performance carb w/ new air cleaner. New abs valances. Header exhaust. Aluminum valve cover. New paint and conv. top. Alpine stereo with high perf. amp and speakers. New exotic wood dash with all new instruments. Racing head lights. New upholstery and interior. This car is quick and fun to drive. I has performance ...
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